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BING QUITS FIGHT JOB BIG GAS GRAB Concern Wlth draws. Bid to Lease Plant r or for$25,000,000. 3IBN Ifayor Calls It Triumph for. Peor plc butThcrcIs MoroTrou- blc Ahead. May T. the first time- In. its ten years of trlgandsg. the Philadelphia machine has been forced to call a halt on the U grab. Entrenched be. hind Us thousand of officeholders. Its 60000 fraudulent votes Its patronage Its grip upon the great financial institution of the city end wttl- & absolutely UraUo head the ring has forced to cpLtU1t4 to Mayor Weaver ft r fly. day or tlebUn" The gas tt1 has been klUM. VoUowlDC conf iresets with Boss Durham and bl chief lleutcnanta MeNlehol. and Beget Themaa I laaprtll nt of th United OR Improvement Company this afternoon sent a UtUr te tti presldeat of the councils withdraw leg the ctrer of tilt company to extend the IMS of. Use city gas works until 108 X CoraWg to the mayor the letetr of Dolan was mach. th subject of a conference be. tween himself and his legal adviser Afterwards- U was announced that h agreed to the w1trawal of the ordinance which has been In his hands since the rings fatal mil. take o rushing U' through the councils was madt. Protest Becomes Jubilation. Ttcrtpt of the sew on tb th usaeds of- ra n and women turned th city ball and spreading about on every .Aide/ cheered for Mayor Weaver an r ang patriotic songs. Broad stet Mr A and south wal solid mass of people All traffic was stopped and until 8 o'clock the Ttreeis were lmpasaable. Church tells were rung rd tonight throughout the city me Ungi which were scheduled to be of protest were turned Into. Jubilations Many delegations traveled to Ovorbrook and there gah rtd about ! oust of th mayor sing- teg td cheering. Craft ridden Phlladerphla has risen up against Its pirate masters but whether It WW break up anally tlaOld ring Is yet to be een There U another aspect of the question. The withdrawal of the gas teal though enforced. la th nbrewdMt political trick that has teen pulled off In the whole battle and puts Mayor Weaver and Attorney Gordon on tfc defensive. The leaders left for At. Untie City. It. 1. tonight and a conference will be held there to Consider plans lot future moves. Mayor Calls It Triumph. or Waiter said I consider the withdrawal the gas lease A great triumph for the people. 1 have Dot ye\ JSk1ef how this win affect local or stats politics. I may add that I have not yet Onldlf whether the fight wilt b continued or not. < tact Tuesday. when the mayor caused the lint sensation by cutting Directors Srnyth. nd CoteJIQ and appointing their successors great pressure has been brought to. bear upon the councilmen by both sides. and the organization leaders have steadily maintained confidence In their ability to hays the gsa lease passed over the majors veto. Popular cppof itlon became so pronounced. however that one by One members of the councils began to show a disposition to ac cede to the wishes of their constituents. and today. with almost a week intervening before the lease should come up for I1ndactlon. the mayor required only seven votes la the select council and ten in the common council to sustain his veto. Letter Withdraws Jilt Mr DoUns letter to tie council withdraw. ingthe bid. states that tb modifications to the original lease bill reducing the price of gas were tot In accord with the offer of the company but that they would have beenacr fptL Owing to the opposition on the part of the people however. Mr. Dolan' letter stated the company was unwilling to enter Into any contract with the city looking to any. variation Of Us present lease. Mr. Ix ns1 letter says On May is ; the councils pus..d an Ort11nQnce extending by three years the term of the. lease of. the gas works to th United Gas Improvement company" which I1n the puce' of gasat f 1 lot I1n years. 93 cew for jenrjrears O cents for fifteen years 3 cent fox. twenty years and 80 cents thejfeaf Kr. and providing for th payment to th city of Philadelphia of an advance with. out interest ofthe sum of 2500000. Though this ordinance was not in full accord with the letter of this company of the. 26tb of April. > addressed to the chairman of the subcommittee of tile finance committee. the modification would have been accepted by this company. According to the reports fUed with the cit , controller each yearand audited by his department. the amounts upended by the United Oat Improvement company in addition extensions. Improvements etc. under the tease have averaged 11418000 per annum. V Assume that the average for the future will be f 00000 per annum the total for the period of the whole term as extended would b tX ttsJfl plus the amount now due this company of 14 6X881. making a total of Mr. Dolan presents other figures to show that including the company's payment of lODoLJo and interest thereon. free gas to public buildings and street lamps etc. the cit would net ur2811 during the ensuing stveny-flve years. Serious Problem for Mayor. The mayor is confronted with a sertogs probltI in the city's finances. The city is i1Oiot at its borrowing limit and If the ax rate La Increased the people will rebel. If he a loan pushes the dty on the verge of bankruptcy slid makes his way thorny. indctd. it will take-all the brilliancy of Uordon and all Mayor Weavers tact to meet the Issue. it was discovered today that John IL tack. receiver of the asphalt trust millionaire. ttnd promoter. Is hand in hand with ex- judge Gordon. Mack promoted the Keys one Telephone company. designed bythe ring to shake down the Bail company. then n monopoly he promoted the Philadelphia tiectrtc company. which has a monopoly of pQiiuddphia street lighting. For a reward ti gut rich strtt paving contracts. aggre- ttirK piiltons of dollars a yu lie wanted ! much incurred the enmity of State Sen. jr MoNlcbol. was thrown out of the council of tb ring and this year got a few thuand dollars only In contracts. lie has - ired war on the ring. and Is resourceful Sui ! Taylor of police. a ring man. wms d ai a l tonight and Chit or Detectives T. Shy put in his place. Dooogh at once will rorgan1e the police force for the rrayor. YOUNG ROEBLINQAT KNOXVILLE Missing Boy in' Custody of Judge Jones Who Notified Lads Father at Asheville } a. N. C. May : T.-John A. Roebling. rather of Slegfrted RoebUng. woo disappeared from tile Asheville school last Sunday morning. tonight received a telegram dated KnoxvQle. Tenn. from Judge T. X Jones of that city. stating that the boy had been found by him there and would be in Ashevuie Sunday. The boy was reported as being welt Since young Roebllug disappeared he hl be n repotted frequently from dllterent sourcir to have gone south. but nothing tangible was discovered until the reports from Kzloxtille. telling that the boyhad been seen lie. were received. Mr. RotbUn stated tonight that his son would not be required to go ba k to th school he had left. OTICXL AvlT Satia skis ersaa t wet . wipe dry SCUMS saUoy. smooia . Sic. or THE wuiTii " C5000 PEB50KS. B nt Grounds An Filled by Holiday takers Who EnjOT the Wflurnp. nd tla. Other Attractions Sans i Soue the Coliseum Oliver view nd tb Chi. Park Also Art Liberally PsUo i Op n Air Pe Of. White City was opened to. the public yesterday moon and last evening. It la es Umted that 23000 persons visited the new amusement grounds during theday Isn't U Just sjid T said ifis Tommy Atkins to the ostrich plume. Owmd Its perfectly delirious. answered straight the ostrich plums And the roan chimed In Wen. X Can s where a lovely Urns U going to b had this summer byyours truly- me for the bright lights nil the joyous life. Like the Pik atSt Lout. Last sight It appeared nk the pike at St. Louis on Chicago day only more so. The big crowd of holiday makers la their boll. day best surged back and. forth around the broad walk that surround the central plus with Its band stand. Several thousand per. sons spent mo t of the v nlcg wstchlog several hundred other persons go down th bumps. The person who essays this la Isi form of sensation la dGn4uctId to tb op of a polished wood tilde. In which there art a number of even more highly polished swells or bumps. so deftly arranged that It Is Impossible to avoid sliding over them. Yo are directed to ant yourself upon a Ut mat. sad suddenly you ar pushed off to make. UM descent With as much dignity as possible. The percentage of dignity observed last night was a negligible quantify. Persons went down singly and In parties but generally arrived in a tangle of arms And legs to the treat merriment of the spectators. There even were a Jrw women who went down th lMe trantltalli holding on to thtlr petU coats. Woman Tell. of the Jumps. I reviewed my past life between the lint and second bumps and prepared to die at rh third. said tone of the women as she related her sensations to her party afterward. The chutes. the scenic railway the Venetian canals. the ball room. the College Inn. and all the. other amusements were crowded to overflowing all the evening. Several sup per parties were given at tie College Inn. Potter Palmer Jr. had as lilt guests Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Clark and Mr. dive Runnells. Mr. Thomas Chalniers gave a supper for Mr. and Mrs. William R. Odell and Mrs. Ashbel Newell. Crowds at Other Openings The Coliseum garden opened Us season in the evening In the Coliseum at Wabash eve- nu and Fifteenth street. Weber's band Is the attraction this year. The garden has been entirely remodeled and redecorated the il tuslon of en out of doors garden being almost complete. The plats was crowded to the doors last night. although the seating capacity has Men materially Increased over that of la t year. Sans Soon park. Cottage Grove avenue and Sixtieth street. opened In the afternoon. and was thronged all day by thousands. The park has ' improved and many new attractions have been added. The First Regiment bane gives two concerts dally. The principal drawing card for the opening weeks. Is the Partder. a musical extravaganza which Is given every afternoon and evening. Besides this there are a score of novel park traction. Thousands Vitdt Blverriew Park. Several thousand persons attended the opening of Rlytrvtew park when the big outdoor amusement resort on the northwest side entered on Its second season. Many amusement offerings pleased the crowds and the open air devices were liberally pat- ronlse4. The principal attraction. and which promises to be a big drawing care during the hot summer afternoons and evenings Is. the band. under the direction' of Kapellmthitfr Ilerold who conducted the Garde du Corps at the Columbian exposition and recently retired as musical Inspector Or the Imperial German army. The transportation facilities have been greatly Improved since last year. and the broad promenades flower beds and shade trees are Inviting. With a coniert by Prof. Weldon's band the Chutes park. Jackson boulevard and KMzle avenue. opened It eighth annual season. Thousand visited the resort In the evening. Arranges to Seek Subscriptions for New Building on the Lake Front. The Nav l lfeerve Association of Illinois at a meeting held In the Masonic temple yesterday afternoon. completed arrangements for soliciting' subscriptions for the building of the nsw armory at the foot of Randolph street. or. the' lake toot. bud elected a board of trut tees for the ensuing year. The plant for the newarmory contemplate a structure to cover 000 square feet of ground space at a cost Of 1100000. Tht bill r vlding for the erection of the. edifice and granting the. gtOUd and water spare was passed by the last legislature. No appropriation for the building. however was granted. The trustees and officers have de cided to ask for the necessary funds among Chicago business men. In addition to in armory. a commodious boathouse for the storing of an raft during the winter months is panned. In the armory is to be erected a model turret. patterned after the latest designs for first class battleships to be used for drill when the weather wilt not permit operations on the training ship Dorothea. The officers of the new board of trustees elected are President Samuel Instill secretary O. T. McClurg members of the new board. Capt. W. F. Prudy. Commander C. O. T. King. Ueuterant Commander IL L. Walt. Lieuts. Cecil Page. E. R. Mason. F. U. Atkinson. and O. T. McClurg. The resignation of Charles S. Thornton. who has served as president of the board for more than ten years. was received. OMITS NEGATIVE SPOJTs LAW. Wisconsin Legislature Inadvertently Shears Railway Commission of Power Bill to Dc Repatsed. Madison. Vv. May 27. The omulon of the word not in th engrossed copy ofthe bill. pa eed by the senate creating a commission to control and supervise railway rates make the commission practkay powerless. Section 33 of th n w law was Mended to read that they the orders of the commission making rates shall not b declared inoperative Illegal. or void for any omission of a technical nature in respect thereto. As the bill was actually ps ed by the senate it provides that the commissions rulings rtmll be declared inoperative etc. for any omission of a technical nature in respect thereto. The mistake was discovered by accident by a member of the railroad commute. and bad It not b en noticed the bill would have become a law and the railway commission would have b n shorn of Its power. The- situation now caUs toy the repissae of the bill in thesefcate with the word" not back in the section where it belongs. BOSTON REALTY TO MRS. EDDY. Purchase Taken to Mean Winter Rome for the Head of the Christian Science Church. Boston Mass. May Mrs. Mary Baker O. Eddy of Concord. N. It. tead of the Christian Science church has taken title to a valuable property in the Dark Bay. Deeds have wen recorded which convey to her 337 Commonwealth avenue a tour story octagon front brick dwelling tad 2230 feet of land In th most aristocratic section. Its taxable valuation it 32000 The pure" of the property leads to the billet that abs U to have a"winter home la Boston. LEVEE CLEANING CRUSADE BEGINS. Inspector HuntOrders Xusic and Women Barred from. Hyde Park Resorts. OTHER DISTRICTS IX LINE. Stirred by GrandJnry Investigation Ecyotea v ers License. T6 dance police Investigation begun last Week by Stats's Attorney llealy sad the grand. jury developed Into a full fledged crusade'.yesterday and the long promised Hhbus cleaning" was started In earnest. On of ih principal features In th Hyde Park Jive. district on I avenue was. eliminated by Inupeator Hunt who ordered that music be stopped In all saloons and th t no women b allowed to loiter In tb rtiarti. Thugs and loungers were barred. Inspector Wheelers detectives showed that their perception had Men much low proved In the last few days. The most stubborn and notorious dlfektepet In the district Mike Fewer succumbed. to the Influences brought to bear against hint yes- terdsy and said that ha would give up th light at l ait temporarily. Incidentally the mayor revoked Ma saloon license. Plate clothes men from every police station on the west side scoured their territory for resorts not complying with every requirement of the new police regulations. It was not long before It was seen that the new order were meant to b obeyed. Crusade Strikes North Side. A quilt crusade. begun on the north side by Inspector Shippy brought results. One Me was revoked and the police at the East Chicago avenue station say that others may follow unless the keepers of the Clark street rt8ort. show a willingness to obey the law. The saloon tlosed yterday was that of Charles Vutelud lid it. According to complaints ro d by neighbor. th place was the rendezvous tot strikers. sluggers. and ruffians who would stone the driver of any wagon passing unprotected JJT a union button. On several occasions riot calls were sent In to the Chicago avenue station because of assaults committed in the vicinity of the saloon. but before th arrival of the police the disturbers had dodged back Intothe shelter of the barroom. Latin's Men Are Kept Busy. Inspector Lsvlrts levee investigation men still are accumulating. Information which probably will be presented to Chief O'Neill tomorrow. Just What action win be taken regarding the Twenty- ront street district Is puuilng the police. This district has so tong been regarded as belonging exclusively to dlnkeepI1I with. little or no Interference that the Idea of. stopping music and driving the. women from their profitable wtneroam. and rtidb halls apo. pears atanUnjl' v If the people. how that they want the place elond I am ready tot willing to do to. although It only Is driving tne objectionable characters from en. part or town to an- rfder district. where they are leeslikely to be welcomed. sold Inspector . vtn. As a result of the grand Jury's Investigation of Fewer's retort at IS and 137 South Heisted street Mayor Dunne revoked the a loon and amusement license of the in dieted saloonkeeper. Inspector John Wheei- u recommended the revocation and Chief O'Neill approved. Fewer's place Is one of the most notorious on the west stilt and the states attorney brought Inspector Wheeler and several policemen of the IH8pl9Jhe street district before the grand jury to Inquire why the place has to remain open. The dlvekeper made his surrender corn- rlete when-his lawyer appeared before Judge McEwn and announced that the fight tj keep the place open In defiance of the law would be abandoned. at least temporarily. If we are unable to have Fewer's eonvk- lion in the Criminal court set aside/ said the wyer the chances are that the concert tall will remain closed permanently. The declaration- was. made by the lawyer in hs efforts. to secure a continuance for his argument In support of a motion for a new trJOU. Aseutant mates s Atto opposed any delay. Judge Comments on Graft. Judge Mekwen d on the. allegation of graft. Just so long as the police and other authorities ate not required to inspect places of this character and to submit official re- x rts. Jut so long will places' of the kind e fruitful sources of graft. In New York this fact has been clearly established but n Chicago It has b en denied. I. for my part. am in favor- of having certain neighborhoods t t aside for the social evil fenced la as It Were and to have those neighborhoods beat the"weight of the burdens which ftecessarfly follow that evil. I believe a system of licensing and inspection should be provided by the proper authorities. As. the case now Is.- the evil prevails In all parts of the city. with-little or no regulation. Fewer's counsel renewed his efforts for a continuance. and Jt finally was granted by the court. who will take the matter up next Saturday morning. and the states attorney will proceed to trial with the Indictments still pending against the dlvekeeper. Will Do Away with the Sights. Chief O'Neill will appear before the grand ury tomorrow and explain why concert halls have fee fn permitted to exist. He has decided that by the time his term expires there wlllbe no under world" to see In Chicago. The chief wade this statement In a letter to F. II Richardson. 124 SatIgamon street who. was seeking the approval of the police department to a plan he is advocating for the establishment of a guide system t escort slumming parties and show strangers the sights. DINNER GIVEN BY FACULTY. well Feast for Two Instructors Who Are Leaving Chicago University for Other Positions. The faculty of the University of Chicago gave a farewell dinner last bight ttf pror. John Franklin lameson and Dr. Lewellys Franklin Barker at the Auditorium hotel Prof. William Gardner lisle presided. Toasts were responded to by Prof. Paul Shorey Prof. Albion V. Small. Dr. Frank Billings and Dr. Hugh T. Patrick. Dr. Barker. who was formerly head of the department of. anatomy at the University o Chicago. grev to Johns Hopkins university . professor of medicine and physician In chle at Johns Hopkins hospital. Prof. Jameson. formerly head of the history department at the university arid mahagln editor of the American Historical Review accepted the post of director of the bureau o historical research In the Carnegie IrlIUtu- Uon. MAYOR AT BOHEMIAN F AST Dinner Given by Patrick 1st. Ranney to six Pi at Vietor's Restaurant. Mayor Dunce and Corporation Counsel To man were guests last evening at a bob ml n dinner given by Patrick IL Hanne to six friends at Victors restaurant 81 Indiana street P. II. O'Donnell Fred Gardner arid or Dunne were among the speakers. Th mayor responded to th tout. Municipal Ownership. and dlsmumd the traction the strike and bohernianlem The dinner wa given in response to a dir.- ns In Mr. hlanneys honor at th O Athletic club May 1. A loving cup was preheated to Mr. lariney by his guests. Corns and By a. DtsOs& If year credit isn't good ' T terms win rest It as rood gold. Lotus hens. . 52 Slats Dies Suddenly Sitting in Ckair. Milton J. Palmer SI years of ag a brother f the late Potter Palmer died suddenly on Friday. while sitting in a chair at his. real- ence 4124 Grand boulevard. Formerly he was in the dry goods huslnus. but latterly ad conllnec1 his attentions to his real estate Interests ED TO FIGHT FREQUENT Three Iron Bars Sawed from Window of Store In heisted Street and Good. Worth 1000 Carried Aw ' In a Wairon Man Who S tlobberr Notifies the 1011 Who Arrive Too Late to Catch the Ma- rand r s have become o frequent the vicinity of Thirty-fifth and Hal streets that residents of the neighborhood have armed themselves to protect their property. Burglars sawed three iron bars from a window In the rear of the clothing and dry goods store of liaufmnanp Bros. tca Halted et early Saturday morning- and Und away rood valued at 1000. John Steiner. V linicted street saw then and notified the Thirty-fifth street polite station Of th robbery. but before the police arrived the burglar ha. escaped. Other burglaries occurred In that victnHy within the last two weeks a follow May 20 irlck Noubfort. drag store. 3601 Halted unt. nt r l. 30 taken. May : Two keg of beer toll from lt bl of Illinois Preying company. May S4-- Two set. of harness ftolen from the barn of John Canton grocer. 3ti02 Heisted street. William Otnnoan 5 years old. who WI arrested at Thirty-fifth street and Auburn iv tnu Thursday night. has bun IdpntUId y live Itizens as one of a band of threw men who robbed them. Justice Underwood bound him over to the grand jury. The Rogers Park postal station was entered Friday night and robbed of tamp money btdr vouchers and S357. Walter Cox. ixKCi Exchange avenue tried o capture a thief who wutealln his gold watch while he was riding In a Chicago Lake Shore and Eastern train. but was prevented by a fellow passenger. who thought the men were lighting. The thief escaped with the watch. Cox described the thief to the South Chicago police and they arrested Brown Yopttln snl Houston avenue. who will be arraigned before Justice Callahan. NEGROES HOLD UP MERCHANT. Evanston Shoe Dealer Is Locked In Deck Room and His Cash Register. Rifted by Robbers. A negro entered the shoe store of Charles A. Albertf 112 r street Evans ton wt evening and after looking at several pairs of shoes departed without making purchase. Alberg was closing up for the night when the n sr returned with two companion who pointed revolvers at the proprietor and ordered him to throw up his hands. Bllev- ng the men were nonunion strike breakers Who had been discharge in Chicago he promptly complied with their request. The ngrces lucked Mm in a rear room of the tore and then robbed the cash register of 75. ROBBED BY ALLEGED DEPUTIES. Two Women Living at 188 Superior Street Victims of Seven Men Wearing Stars. Seven omen. wearing deputy sheriffs stars and armed. entered a flat occupied by Miss nu Wilson. IS Superior street Vast night and took Jo front h r and 14 from Miss Mamie Collins 8 Sullivan of the Chicago s venue pttr elation and eight po. licemen were sent In a patrol wagon to the house but they arrived after the men hat left. \ Harvard President Says Good Will" la Necessary in Settling Industrial Problems Liking Impossible. Louisville. Ky. May 27. PreM rM Charles V. Ellut of Harvard. In an address today betm' v th. annual convention of the Aw- elated Harvard club spoke on educatlonta a rpcs ily In ovr 5 Americas industrial problem. The question hp raid is mainly one or good will. The solution of all the contests of all the disturbances of industrial peace hi to be found WI the one phrase good will. There Is something different from love in this good will. It is Impossible for us to love people. It s impO sKble for u to love a striker crushing the fingers of a scab on the tone pavement with a' brick. It is impossible for us to love the capitalistic monopolist seizing upon the entire supply o a necessary of if. in order that he ma rai e the price to everybody. We can no love either of those men. W are told t love our enemies and sometimes we can because ire reel a sort of repect for a stout opponent but wt cannot love a mean. cowardly. gra p4n creature. Friend of Jail Prisoners Discovered Sitting Lifeless in Chair with Bible in His Lap. F. I. Frenkt the good Samaritan o the county jail. was found dead yesterday in hi taller shop. ' Dearborn street. When discovered by his assistant. Fttnke was seated In a chair and had an open bible In his lap. He was 61 years old sad lived at 1314 Wolfram street. Frnke took net interest In Jail prison- eve. sod Jailer Whitman says he thinks that Johnn Hochs willingness to receive a nun. later resulted from his talks with Frenks. ills dotth will b felt by many of m prisoners who had received little attentions at his bands said Jailer Whitman. iETTt1A DENIED MRS MARY RYROGERS Vermont Court Eef uses Prayer of Condemned Murderer of offtusband 3L1YBEHA TGEI ON JUNE2 Reprieve Granted Her by Governor In February Expires on That Date. Montpelier VI. liar lSp Mrs. Mary M. Rogers convicted of the Murder of her husband Marcus U. Rogers of Banning- on was denied a n w trial today In a a. Islon handed down by th full bench of the uprems court of Vermont. Justice John Watson in ancbunefhc this majority decision of tb court d drtd this rWnc bad b n found tnsffleleat to form the round foranw trial that several of the affidavit presented were IrrellTantl that the vldenc tending to show that Rogers met ill death otherwise than was shown in the trial of nogeri waa not convthdngl and. finally that & woman wa of sound mind at the time of crime. Two Jurlata Think Woman Insane. Judges lIalJton and Powers dissented. In lfc lr opinion. read by lh former they expressed the b liaf that a n w trial should grunted on tb round of Insanity Attorney Soivttr. counsel for Mrs. Rogers. ked permtaslon to file additional t1Ddaita containing new evidence but tb request was dented. He will carry the cat to the UnlUd sutte Supreme court on a writ of error. whllh will ct M a stay of. execution. Unless this stay U secured or the governor . tb woman must haul ion iin to date of the expiration bf thereprtors granted by' the governor. Mrs. Rogers was convicted of murder of husband t Dennlneton In a particularly revolting manner. Rogers was killed by the woman and Leon Petham who lured him o the banks of the river on a pretense that his wile wished to make a reconciliation. They Induced him during a supposed. game o allow himself to be bound with a rope to ttd his strength. Mrs. Rogers then- held a' chloroform saturated handkerchief owes' his face until he was d d. stud the body was thrown Into tb river. Psrbam confess d us that. In the crime and was sentenced to Ife imprisonment. Mrs. Bogers Once Saved. trQPi Death. Mrs Rogers was convicted or mirrder In the first degree and was sentenced to be hanged n February last. Oov. Bell granted the reprieve on the ground that counsel for the woman had discovered new evidence. This evidence was presented to two Judges of the Supreme court and through hem to the full nch. TAFT SIDES WITH PRESIDENT IN CLASH WITH SENATE. Secretary Thinks the Exermtigj Should. lave Limited Treaty' Making Power Without Concurrence of Legislators. Cincinnati O. Mar The dltrrer between the president and the senate wre re viewed today by Secretary of War W. II. Taft t. who was the speaker at the annual Commencement of the Cincinnati law school. The presided regarded a treat agree- ng to arbitration. It thepartles could agree o arbitration as a mere agreement to agree' f agreement could be reached and. as mflak. ng no successful step toward general arbl- ration of dlflererices. said Secretary Taft. . The mere mandate to the president to ride whether a controversy arsdag b ween two nations la within a class of controversies with respect to which those two nations have by a binding treaty agreed that they may be submitted to Tb Hague 'tribunal. Is. not . delegation of the treaty making power at all. It. is a mere conferring of executive discretion Involving the construction of a statute. or what is the tame thing- a treaty. It Is to be hoped. that the question may be rthamh at some future time and that some method may be devised by which general arbitration treaties may be promptly applied to international differences without having to secure in neb instance of their application the consent of two-thirds of the senate CRUISER FOUNDERS CAPTAIN COMMITS SUICIDE. Steamer Presidents Pinto Carrying Crew of 171 Officers and Men It Wrecked In Gulf of Aneud. SANTIAGO. DE CHILE. May T. The Chilean cruiser Presldettte Pinto has foundered in the Gulf of Ancud. north of the Is land of Chime off the southern part of the coast of Chile. The. commander. Cap- WhU ldei committed suicide In despair by shooting himself. The Pre Id irte Pinto carried a crew of 171 officers and men It was built in France In . and was constructed of steel with copper sheathing. Us speed was bout 19 knola. It was :68 feet long and its armament consisted of four inch guns two S-inch guns. and ten smaller rapid fire guns. It had three torpedo tubes. STATES GIFT SLAVE RECEIPTS. Georgia to' Give President Records of Negroes Sold to Raise Money for Wedding of Mother. Atlanta. Ga. May ST. Special. When President Roosevelt visits Georgia tt View the birthplace of his mother sod to meet the people ofthe state he will be presented with two heirlooms of rare value. They are two receipts of tills of' sale for four npcro slaves which his maternal grandmother sold that she might obtain money with which to purchase a trousseau for the weddlrfg of hoer daughter. Martha Bullock to Theodore Roosevelt of New York. father or the president. MRS. SHAW TOWEDREVELSTOKE Bride to Be of Lord Is Sister' of Charles Dana Gibson and a Reputed Beauty. Rlchmpnd Va. Mar :1. Special. Though no formal announcement was made it became known today that the union of Mr Nannie Langhorns Shaw and Lord Rtv l- stoke Is among the events to be expected la the not distant future. Mrs. Shaw Is a sister of Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson and Mrs. Reginald Brooks. Like them she is tamed for her beauty. Her intended Is the second Lord Rtvelltolte. John Caring by name. a member of the famous firm of Baring Eros. Superfluous Hair' a rvUUon to modern science. It Is tk only sclretlfe and practical way destroy hair. Dot west. Urn XMrtm tiUn with tUctioljiU X r a l depilatories. Tli are olfeved you ion S TiARIS WORD of tb operators and manufacturers p Miracle U not HI UM only method. whJth is tn 401' by physicians sursros derstatol. rtsu. medical Journals sod prominent mieui Booklet fees la plain s l d tnnlop POftr rna1 d scaled l In plain wnvftrterTl o Miracle CbOICaI Co. lilt Park. r. New fork. TOO mon y bsck without oa U s A rd tap U It falls to do ill that is claimed tot It. Ye : cy all nrst class drustrUt deprtm at starts sad fUBUO DRUG CO. UO SUU-st. Free. o to Colorado Colorado jsthe great Vacation-Land It affords Health Recreation Entertainment and Instruction. Its splendid sunshine. tonic mountain air cool sleep-inducing nights and grand scenery are the attractions which. draw increasing thou. eandsto Colorado every summer. The Rock Island has three fine daily trains to Colorado and offers special low excursion rates to place Colorado within easy reach. We want the public to know all about Colorado cost of gettitg. there cost or living there what's to. be seen and why every one should go. So we make this Very Unusual Offer. We want suggestions lot advertisements and short articles on Colorado as lb. summer vacation resort. embracing the reason why It U th best place to visit and why the Rock Island System is the best line of travel to and from. the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Coast. We Invite the public to d us by contributing ideas. catchy phrases and expressions literary excellence will not determine the awards and persons engaged in advertisement writing or similar literary work are not eligible to compete for which we will award prices divided Into classes three premiums in an. Class A Open to all persons not professlonarwnteri leven premiums. Class B Open. to. Web School Scholar eleven Open to School Teachers public or private eleven premiums. Contest Joeea June a. Awards made June 300 For particulars and oat handsome to Colorado bmk other Utsntursaad full Information. cut out this advertisement lei mall t ewer uwr a wluitllrett eeattujn iRocRlslandf System JOHN SEBASTIAN. Passenger Traffic Manager Rock Island System. Please send me fait particulars stout ' vets. offer also your Colorado booklet. Rock IsUad folders etc. Enclosed Sad stamps tat postage. Boast Adore city St . First Aid" to Bowels DOCTOR CASCARET Off ice In your own Vest Pocket On cafl any Day or Night Then he works them thrssfji nerves tin they ret so SITIng feaai that Exercise that they ! e i any more hehj to do their duty. But Dr. . wants U be rj t es i the spot. In your Pocket eTftirn wHere he can repjlate thts Bowtj. Muscles all the thus. In health . out of health. Because even the Jtronjat Borer Muscles be ovenrorked When Heartburn. Sour Stomach Headache Bad Breath Coated Tongue. Belching of Stomach Gas. or any of these for scunners of Indigestion appear. Old. Dr. Cascarst wants to be right on the spot in your pocket. He want to check tho coming trouble Instantly before it can grow into a habit of the Bowels to becostIvt Ladies who extend to Dr. Cascaret the hospitality of' their Purses or ther reS3 Pockets wtU be rewarded with a fine mplexlon and healthy Happiness. These will bout fifty times repay for the trilling space occupied and the ten cents per week at cost Dr. Cascatet guarantees to cure the roost obstinatecases of Constipation and Indigestion without discomfort or Inconvenience. His medicine does not gripe nor purgej nor create a drug habit. Because it is not a driver nor a Juice Waster. but a direct Ttinlc to the Bowel Muscles. It exercises naturally the muscles that line' the walls of the Intestines and Bowels. Want of Exercise weakens and relaxes these Muscles Just as It weakens Arm arid Leg muscles. Old Dr. . roes directly after. these Muscles. He wakes thorn up Just as a cola bath would wake un a lazy person. Heavy dinners l wine. or- beer drinking nervm uIl tnent sudden exposure Ia cold er leat and a dozen other every dykeLcda the Bowel Muscles. In such cases a Bttle Cascarel fa fair is wbrth fifty dollars ortb of" Tratoea later on to say nothing e/ lb. discomfort loss of BBStasaEflerjy loss of Souls Sunshine tisveV Old Dr. Caseatet carrteje eretunib your Vest Pocket or In lady Purse. Is the cheapest kind ctH ilth4B. . and Happiness PromOtcll. Cat 7 ever happened. Little thin enamel CtSClr Boxvlal as thick as your watch. roun4coreere4. smooth-edged. and shaped soye od notice its presence. Contains six Candy tablets Pries lMf. Cents a Box at any Druggists Bo sure you get the genuine. nadecriyV by the Sterling Remedy Company Mf never sold in bulk. Every tablet itc tflp ccc. tl Big box of tablets to re-fill. box at 50 csnta. carry CazoarCla constantly IA Sj Pocket or Purse. Tyj A sample and the fam ous book1et.- 1 of Constipation. Free for the asking. dressi Sterling Remedy CompanyCfaietji 4 or New York. fT I SALE OF 10000 BEAUTIFUL. OR YOUR CHOICE TABLES. Fine Upholstery' Fabrics Drapery Fabrics Taffetas Damasks Velour Silks Dotted Swisses Bobbinets Rich Tapestries. Etc. Etc. K TO 3 YARDS LONG 27 TO 50 INCHES WIDE.- Can be used for Chair Covers Table Covers and Fancy Work of all descriptions the last lot of remnants we gave our cus tamers was all closed out in two days. Con ST. AND WABASH-AY TRIBUNE ADS GIVE RESULTS IBOBEPRI ayorMcClell paratns Can Cal InHcrAl n j fXwtowcstrarAl Electricity as Sore Preventive. fcivlnf hl omce It. eVp the mayor to cn tni hodthanby buzzer The Mayor at first n eBrtf loraiUitance You see It 5 plained. it you wan in you need to do I and write Help. You. say that thing or other Is to def me A formatlil term or that the ho' J Slon waiting forme xa Uy. resporj AU rkht let enl O'Brien is waung fol Yrs. lecturer writer auJ rights was held up L 1 two burglars In ht apartment on the to floor at M East Onj jlundred an Twenty jecond street lad J1lzht. She waf beat j a. pistol was put to burglars. who said her brains. out Fin corner and told burglars ransacked with 3112 In money a silverware and Jewel Mrs. Lease lives daughters. Yesterd-j to a bank and drewl Into her handbag wlj When be reached 11 was unlocked and shl and threw off her wrl Suddenly a. moan F took her by tbothroal nil her brutally Til diamond pits and to-1 The man then Jafttl started. to set hepI door when another I dining room with pl fronted her. I Going for the pi If you open your md man. like the other. 1 throat hacked her tnl door. and went bacl where . solhia After the men had Ilea they bade Mrs. Again the Gormaro I I ported to be th lsa jJ German Yacht Leader in Great Ocean Race. lead. The S' Tire hero tomorrow Information ab ut The boils and. thtlr po Endymlon Valttalla i The Hsmburg was C . the Endymo tl AUenUc. The yachts by th tsR way acrora . e If Tow morning they a halt It la bard reach the finishing U AccorCng to Lawf tire. WtooL. s a c sen as counsel f OB UJ Merchants trusj company there Ikeijhood that wltlj In. ten days ap of will t made for til concern by a. syndif formation. This syndicate. It Dated to raise fron. with Whleb to take In the hands of According to ai Otis or the old dIre i dlcate. It was tl l that. Oeorg and HI t be subscribers tl tr. should Want to I at had eon ticJrl eady SZZOO000 la rl ReUgionscIrctea of j and Protestant fait Church Circles Stirred Over Mixed MarriageJ at th C Thursday next o of Mrs. Wil in theDodge- r which Is t. l ir n totherbur. s to b marriid ceremony wh hi ot recognize ' Selby tfttt . of Ui which tb tecomoth at Schne 1 j 8 H iJ i GO SlJN1iAi T 1iUNEi \ 28. 1905. ) RINGQUITSFIGH r F R r 1iInlcl111 n dr wsni toLeasoPlant r WE1\ tER x JUBILANT A C ll TrhI 1 h pl plebutTherelsMoroTrou. bleAhead. IhIl ll . Pi. ta Pblla l hJ& lDachJnebu IT otcmcl ol . traudultnhot. ri ncJaJ A b r1 C b e. ttUlat4 Tttern - a ale1hu l . tOntf1 C1 J1eutc er. old Pr tant tb. Ie t tt. ot elt uotlllt18O. t tbe conft a 4 anJlOun he 1YIWlra wal otTUlbtDCttthroU b thecouncn. w l ma ! Pr tet FiUoYJaJ Jb rtCf 4pt. the tmt. th mtn w ; hall. e erl 314. eh td an4sanl norUt tonl ht m ach ul f t st Over ook ntbredabout 1Id Ph IIIt b : u ct wtthdra waJ tho gh the ontb planfor Calfs CC 1 d be oe 7. wh n th c. d end' appol Unl' SUcceJsoragreat prenrehae en n Qr J IIrmalntalnt4 opposition so tOda t e m yor votesin Untn M Dola uncil. tb. lheirlc1nal teufJbJltrtductIlg re the been so- It I In e. It pn Ma118 b. 7 lift - tho ree I wor the II ee 7n1IO & totw ntyyun. th ttir. iiaproT1dlna tile the It outlnterestorthe MO nQtln comi aJlf ddr ed ub onimJtt tt ac com allT. r rl. ittcontroller de ttmut I t1 . ImprQv menta. aver ged Alsum th & rag OOO be 00000000. l4S81. a. i. 881 pru nta com T. OOQ Inter st freeeu and ell uB& SriousProblem . thclt7ll1nan tax I alono heptabutbeetty bahkruptcrat14 tAk. 11 of a1111aYGr We4ver i as dI t Iv ' j VOflt 7. mun y S1romot th rnoDoi PI Iiul phb , ri h tr t pavlngcontracta. doll r. muc Mc I1V un. III tbertng t Iu n lied 1 d' . r . b ROEBLING AT Zones hPTtle :1. a aehoollUt t bt r 1ved been e btew c1sro rfd t e J 0n1U. back tbl vwitu o 8Ic:1U. GROWD8 AT THBGARDHNS oPErna HEWBITE 1l Ws tQOOlEBSONS S New A ntGIOD4. lIel "D..pi o Colt. nt - Ie ael the I' rk Pathnib d peD lr F.- tee. Take. AGTt p bUc- lIu tb m durlnctheI41. lan t t .a ula1ommT thaotrlchplutne It' tna Me wh. 10tI ufuner trul- brlrbtl1lbta thJorol1. at. only more boU u e4 aurroI1 dtIth l nl1. rnralthouand ptN- s nt molt veaing the bl1m lat- m cll4\1et.4to the to dtttl ClVtrtbm d1 ttcSto t tie wd ate p btd o d flt1I1 II ut ntral I ta CI. lePoto e ' whowt t the I ho dln& tothlr au I aat ut bumpand pnpar tile hrPrt7 tbacenle raU1111the uq uh emenu cro ded thenenltig. tlp U partl at. r had" u per n. ga en allOn nutllld eat enU Ir andredecbrated. 11400 althol1hthe ha alerltlrlncrtawd 1Ut o ned da pal1thu marl at two a t r rt offert1 n l hlch ara wine lummtt d eTtnin s. theGard recent utlredal l Im eriaJ ttanrp rtaUo l1y Im toved last. owet h de eon ert b WeldOnsband Its nd NAVAL RESERVE PLANSARMORY i Navl eune a. com leted. I orotbelake trustees t oewarmorycontempiate f Ct IIt r- the paCe pu IITanted trstee omCfr havf d cded nt uar f rds aon& C icgo buines I addito armO boathoue erar wlttr Aror erEed moellurrt pattt afer t ltet dt frt cla batleships. b U drtlwhen wuter wil pfton talnlti ap D thea. Te omc bard truatee eletf Pel nt In l IIC- teF. Mcure ntw b Ca t. Pd Cmanr 1. L utfnan Comnttn1r Wal. L ut. cl P3eE Atkton. McCur Te naton Tornto servd bord tr mote tel W receyed SPOILS rtconin Legla re IadvcrentJ nnwa Cmmison Power Bpaued Macl. WIs. Ja The word" n t ngoraed orthe bi' t ed crutnl eonro a fuprTlst riway rtn mae cmrls on prctld r ele. Scto 3 tho D lfnded re that oru o tfe malng rtelball b ; lto rUve. me al. I tehnical nun r t threto. bil wa atuaUy p tle ote i prOYlH CItlulon' rulns an b dclae Inoprauv fo omisio tehnlal fe thero. Th1 mistke 1& d red Uld t b rroa crt. ad ha I bD noUee the bi ome ad raT mllon wuld bor wer. Thl 10Uon c t e rfuagt o bi te state wit bk tlot 1 boncs REAJTY TOMRS Pase t Men Witer Hed Crtia Senc. Cu o T. Mr. Y1 Bale E 1. I" Cbrlstan. Sdm ehreb ha Ui rpry II Dak Ded. cordd hi 3 Cmnwtith aTUu a otCD fnt 4wtUtcand 2 fftt IUd the mo. arttoerlUe sctn. I. tbJ n1aUon 50 t propry lea. be lt Cwnttr br. DtoD G ORUSAlEBEGINS. IspCor Hunt Od ad Wo enarre4' rom deParkReso OTIRDISTRCS I LIE. nyor Strred G d Jn restgaUon Ryo es W. Ta dafce han- ol e InvuUralon bcn latWek tt Alt rJt leal1 la d atuU fdtd cu a4jttfda ad IO house clUII WA taMe eanet One ot l e Jrncp turln L. 14. Prk ditrc L1eanbl b Uunt ode4 tht lPPW a ad that n omn b alow4 te 11 tie nII U 1 lolllet. w. barre InpctO Wbte 4tetYJ Ihowte tba pecepton hd W mac II ro4ln laa mlt 4tektp :41.trlct Mik" iwer lecum d th Infutnc. brouht bU agnt Id Id t woud cye t. fht least temprrU IncideDULI1 lo co 1ed tbelrterrlto1' rUOl com llnr 11' lon order be t 1 rnoktdaM otherama7 ke 1 ho wUUn ntll ob * wu IncUD com llalnts made the slugg s 1' n ttie t tponce ln ft arded ot WDmCDfrom protlta ble of It t thatttKo7 I FOltho b . evu leesUlttlr ln p tortntn I. tre t uoonand In- I .bee- reeommt nded I pla tatettorney I brou ht Insp tor h Mr fore t e fnq tte p e been to o . e m- alP ared betorJudge th auld tempor rtly. 14 the wamade hI rg IDen o moU Jor 1Lfe tant AttOrne ) UOlt dela o Mct wen f ft. 0 ports be In been certlnnelghborhood < etastde fenced Were-and the- weight : . r In pe tton with little eounfllrnewed a e willpro ed dlnk per. Wil11 o JUT d will be ch f tUchard on. appro al pO e to lum lng th venit btdof otanatpmr of mf' unlvrsll7arid I' co pted of FEAST. Tol- w e mien UanlleT It . akHS The mAror I the O ner- dt d I I was M lIaDM the up 11' T lt easy cood. u r . : 8tt . S ddenl inCharJ of. of hUe thl dance < had ARMED THIBVHS BURGLARIESlCAUSE CITIZENS TO DUY WEAPONS. a IPDd Away Wagon-Man the X ad. Durglartti so od pr perl7. thr rent-of a aT :1IVL' reet tbtrttan4 the rob r Iclnltywlthln tw lIa rlrk entered lIa :3-.Two stables Ma Two tolft tra avenue hu. by and po tal at n- m y vouch r 1i1 aen t. to af hl ago kl. tiefoteJustlce MERCH NT. LockedinBack b th < yanlton verai negro In& m n brfak n th c uh r i5. \\11 on I h. rand I mle 8 rlpant tatl n andel ht ere CANT LOVE ALL SAYS ELIOT. Pro Problems-Liking President Cb rlei llarv rr1. nnuaJN ! < kp StiI sok1rg II di phl'\l impoOible us toon p01 slble th 01 may r t cannot to soml' tJmttl f l. If grlUpln GOOD SAMARITAN FOUND DEAD. Chairwith of II ye hili taJl F 41 oonrtd tt I. an o It t. IlI eh' amln- reaul te4 lUceIltb f my td att 1lUona ItET IlIA LD ENI jD M CourtRcruses frn er I l. [ YDEHANGE 2 I He vemor In E rel. n c Ma Mr. J1ary ton. new ded the Supreme . uftefnl' the been round th ev nt. t hla4ealh bownln the wu ao nd WomanInaane. their b the. tbl belief t ta new Il btcronted the nttr Con add1l1ona1tml1altJ buttbe . r hW act as ta e ecuUon. the lDe 2. the the ittpr Y" thlOvoor bee t bJthe to h1a1l1te to-make recon matton. Ind d me to with. t c oroform. wdealS thehod3 the confessed his life Rog ofmdrdcr he ftr In e. evt encewu th court..and t bench. PRESIDE T s res nt th re re- retaJ7 a nthl TbepTtstdeSlt rtgar ed ttewty ing arbltr U n the. art u a ee I to If CQu dbe Ing i\1tteufulstfP t dltrmr CtIl. The contt yerty ar 1I1J be. tb e The delegaUon o tr aty xf uttve ll me ed lled II CHILEANCRUISERFOUNDERS - 1P ChlIe . Prf81d te ofthe is- Cbll Wlsltealde prulduhe and1tila of copp ' 1o 21 t t hmother 0 the- rec lpts 01111. w drrlg Bun k tatb r TO WED REVELSTOKE Lordta. . Rleh nd. Mrs. Lan oome Bevel- expect I' ter themshe Intend . riatpito De irocle r1411on1o tie U dutro i t m : O lai the P\&III&fA lIr. lie It la. I d ' J umata aJJQ ma ulat t , > XbtracJ EoI812 , t CJI ri t I rot ta : ? n a& lJt u4ItPUlMat J Trip is the grcatVacationLandl aff rdsHca1d ccr a ont ' I. ind g' n ights an. d attracti ns increasing sands to fin llowexcursion syreach. there-cost what's everyone no VeryUnus al fd oD. sg ruaoniwb11t1l bct placito tb th. tI Ira. Velto the. c . Weinvite Ideui catchy titer1Jex nence. tbiawanS aDdpmona c adTUtiacmcntwrit1nc t com pet. whlchwU1 prbca- 1 1VidedJnto prol lonatwrlterl i-eleven B fkb ele.cn r premiums. Class .C- hoolTead1m " e to. Zhnstrtad . l1tcratute and mallto. . UielU14r11pc4 wlUl three cent stamps. I J f I I I Rock II Ptecnd m1W1 p ttk 1arbout I . t F tst A d" th Bowels rlts thro $ D 0 TOR. iOltrctf : 1 Vi t theqiiJly. B brf toe' Office In vnur ourPoeketctP rJl r n Wherene t1z 15r- 1Dhea111rj. OncaJlcnyMlnuta.Dt.ya-Nlght. 1 be Worked. r e. th se tcrtmn f 1vants iJUt ntJy $ cOltlv - DrCascartlt cftheir Pur thelrL c Ha ptness. times alCOat. tces tDostobsttnato. cases n 1 ndl ge3tioD With ut d tnfort in- nor Be use anl - nn iIs Exetclseweakens BoeM uscles. Hew a k e s wo 1d Heavydlnnus1ato suppes. lIervoUlud exposUreio cat/ doz ev o tlTl M Inaueh JDttm. w rth1 Tt tm nothtllrcl lIfferfn BusIwIJ zera. Surishlnstt v . ti carrtedt t nyb' ; InYl dy. f H - tB b1t s ro . amooth dged. r dy tableb-Prlce M r mad. i11 the Reme y con so1dfnbuIk. Bi r at. c nts. I. d I famous i askfnrJS.\ esSterlthg Remodr Company C1jclf Y rk. REVElLCO REINAITS. IDe 15c 25c7 50c Each j " yo un visses tc. CbairCoTers Fan 1. Vork descr tb remn nts I1S- out ALEXANDER H1 REVELL CO I 1 WioJtX BVUA jsyOt 1kCJeUJn maUlocSof tUn ri taJorVll11. Ue 1Jo 1r Te71tive. I yn his eq u lllfted It wou. 0 e mtn this method than b yespofld S z UOr Idea butiohn Brtf uwiu poibltu tranrmittlnt pa4COO coder the mayor I connected with OEr Us. mayor wanted would ha ye to do 0 for aul' U1Ce. at1 1 torm - it wa1tJ for me' ExatUY rcspor e 1rlUDcfo 1 ' EUs bf 1eCtUrerwt1t r au rtgh airtmentonhe t On Jundredana la w bl1 a eorn r ranl jewe au hiera. Ycat cIre. It to 1 she 1 sb wr the throa T to. nemAll tt I hep Cloorwhen a. pi or p It < In bar 'bet'.he Att r i GermanYacht Leader Great. l . beretomo o. abt. yachts. and thdrpo . sni wa. the . YClts acro:3.1. mornJ 1g' tb y J g Aceort ng lAw II aM a\ 8 fo U rr U I IIblfhoodthat wtl a 0 W1ltbe lb. ron rn 871141 t P4iedto ft. t thehar.ds- re Me th dirert d1catelt Wa Ll r GeorPlnd 11 ubs rs I terahoutct t t dr iacry n QOO I r Prote t4i t SUncdOnr tf\ tthe OUf < uDdaJ Tl op WUatT 1lltdm the Budge- mI1Tw leh It Ian e tothe rbur ellto b4 mar d. L remonYWbb otrecocuJ otca Norman Se by e. t t b is t Edward EH1s ta ? 1-1 f whk cr. 3rorQUtJoc c ho dIed on Sc UltJep 1 tttr5he Is 1r many yra. YCftfD haat" 1a- EI:1s. The h. freqtt nUT. : ceo will Ix IcCJ t. CoT1IJulnt tda. f U. four eartfm Qovulggjnssj S1 Dill Lengthetlln tnncf omci hebJU. gtnar e ea in th cy tlrnate and cpp- o'er from t c ChiJ elfgat. r ngru. etQ tour ab nry as. r uf :11' Arnertan RI sy aUQCh td hire f T by boat . Y1aaors al uJ at they were . e WJ . It t.1 o Garde w' I 1 S F I I t i if T CflI AGO SUNDA TBIBtJ2t MAY S Iil4QUiTs o WE E1t aor r Z1llade1pM. Ma I t th c wttsn abioIutaUtortIo k flf tr be eotcrIcu ' & DoEprt11snt t2bTJnfted tter thi 1txgtbecfter th . I oruib1z 3t o tTef thuzds towax4L t m s meeUn lbS tc tas 1 w r1n aet u pOfltIcatrCk t o t the ltadrieft i. L t Te eIa. addthat 3tC0netdsrid t1 uil b t ease I r thecouneii I gas insccoi4Itb theoffer COt pilfl7 t oDtbe 1 f tl i4a1 ftzq flv 9 t thrttaftt. c tb 6th thednance yearandaunte. lions. U erlod t 483tol. Th nsbsclon hi t tbornyIndcd 1 by the u. dollarsayvar. t r MNptol. the tht tn1 on1 It _ de- t"r. ) oy 4sble. aourckto erstmto iersssatlnisowotbila Aiiis mnt takersWko mad and CbvtePrk pp.troneed-Oin o groundsduring ant uat andaId. ommyAt. It . . be fo az bn top o Top suddsfllyou b slide. " mypast . PathierJt nus ca- PU NSARMORY a Ieeerve d the 1' NEGATIVESPOILS Power The the of the passed makeathecomlnisMon the new be pae . an been been It blillnthesedatewtththword. REALTYTO hrjgtja CbristianIence it 2n tslO. 1. OrderS:3ftic Barredfrom llydePark OTIIERDISTRIGTS 3iayor Grithd Jury estIgat1onRckes1w Tbedace laitWisk raey crulafle' yesterday. l ng the the be the the 0 S " Twenty ap- stastlitig. cethIess likely tvth salOon aeveralpo- deilanceot attorneyztcbert unit oiIc I or et is t > ticen ae planhe GIVENBY t maiI eq ofthe a a. alt LouIsa 71. I LvJwr yesrsoftge5 BUBGLABIE CAUSE WEAP9NS. Sees aandcr flurgIsrle in Street. iis at Frderick 30 > a. u was stealing HOLDUP MERCHANT1 Evanston. s of$7. gnes l' I. i ad po- ALLSAYS ; f necseIty n ve i irn- raIse We' eowardiygracplng SAMARITANFOUND count inhis tarbornstroet be reetvedlittle LoEN1 D. Co rtfuse CondneIMurdrCr ONJUNE2 Orantediterby ThatDate. 21. u todaylti 6 evidence U It tbta be' the ft 2 reprieve b a dead oger re- I ere re- Ws Taft. sac mereagreement andO cfccn isnot I I i feetiong. GIFTSLAVE M ther. 27. of' ofsale vai becametnown I. 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